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Building Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 228 pictures in our Building collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Aftermath of fire, London Hop Exchange Featured Print

Aftermath of fire, London Hop Exchange

Aftermath of a fire at the London Hop Exchange in Southwark Street on 20 October 1920. A board leaning up on the right lists the temporary addresses of the tenants. After the fire the top two storeys were removed, and the building was converted into offices

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

1920, Address, Addresses, Aftermath, Architecture, Board, Brewing, Brigade, Building, Buildings, Classical, Exchange, Fire, Firefighter, Firefighting, Fireman, Firemen, Hop, Industry, Leaning, Lfb, List, Lists, London, Neo, Neoclassical, October, Pediment, Scaffolding, Service, Smoke, Smoky, Southwark, Statue, Street, Temporary, Tenant, Tenants

Fire damage at Alexandra Palace, London Featured Print

Fire damage at Alexandra Palace, London

Fire damage at Alexandra Palace, London. On 10 July 1980 fire destroyed the Alexandra Palace in North London. This photograph is dated 19 July 1980, and shows the remains of the Great Hall looking towards the BBC section

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

1980, 1980s, 80s, Alexandra, Bbc, Brigade, Building, Damage, Debris, Destroyed, Destruction, Eighties, Fire, Firefighters, Firefighting, Firemen, Girder, Girders, Great, Hall, Heritage, Historic, July, Lfb, London, North, Palace, Remains, Rubble, Ruin, Ruined, Ruins, Section, Shell, Steel, Tragedy, Tragic

LCC-LFB Herne Hill fire station, Brockwell Park SE27 Featured Print

LCC-LFB Herne Hill fire station, Brockwell Park SE27

Built by the London County Council, Herne Hill fire station was located at Milkwood Road, Herne Hill. The widespread adoption of motorised fire engines by the LFB led to a reduction in the number of fire stations required. A report produced in 1920 recommended the closure of 15, and this station was one of them. However the building still stands and remains a fine example of the LCC's building programme

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library